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Bethesda Publisher Sale @ Google Stadia - Doom 64 £1.99 The Elder Scrolls Online : Standard Edition £7.50 Rage 2 Deluxe Edition £12.00 +MORE
Posted 5th AugPosted 5th Aug
5,500 Crowns for The Elder Scrolls Online £20.99 3,000 Crowns for The Elder Scrolls Online £14.24 21,000 Crowns for The Elder Scrolls Online £65.99 15,00 Crowns for The Elder Sc… Read more
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You have convinced me! Picked up the deluxe edition, doom 64, and the one hand clapping game. Rage 2 also looks tempting but my stadia backlog is already big so better not!


I just brought the DOOM Eternal Deluxe Edition. It has a bit more contents than the standard edition. You get two new DLC for the campaign In my opinion It Is worth It If you want more contents. I hope this helps you :)


Just brought DOOM Eternal Deluxe Edition and It runs great on the chromecast ultra on my 4K TV with HDR at 60fps :)


I assume they would have to let you download the game file on to a pc if that were to happen


All turd lol...

Free Play Days - Borderlands 3 for Google Stadia Pro members
Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
Play Borderlands 3 all weekend for free during our Free Play Days! If you’re a Stadia Pro member, you can play Borderlands 3 beginning Thursday, August 6 at 9 AM PT through Sunday,… Read more

unless Stadia becomes like a netflix style service, this is going to go the way lots of google products go, dead in the water.


Do they ever do free play days for non-pro members? I tried it on the phone a while back so used the free trial offered. Now have it installed on a shield and want to try it out.

Rage 2 Stadia - £8 on Google Store / Stadia
Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
Rage 2 is a first-person shooter. Players assume control of a ranger named Walker, who is free to explore the game's apocalyptic open world. ... The game features vehicular combat,… Read more
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As long as you installed Chromium on the Pi then it would work, though I think Pi3 is just a bit too underpowered for what it needs. I haven't tried it on my Pi yet (it's in a Megadrive case so looks like a Megadrive Mini).


I have a razer controller and a Pi 3 do you think that would work? I used the controller on the Pi to play mame Managed to get the deluxe version for £2 because I had a £10 credit :D


Android TV box (side load either Chrome or the Stadia app) Any Android phone or tablet (unsupported phones can still play as long as you turn on the experimental option) Nvidia Shield (tested, works perfectly) if you sideload the app Chrome on Chromebook, Windows, Mac Any controller will work if you can connect to the device, I use an Xbox One controller.


Thanks OP. It's a no-brainer for £8.


You can play in your web browser (whacked up full screen) with keyboard and mouse, just as you would normally.

Doom Eternal - £25 on Google Store / Stadia
Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
Doom Eternal is a first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks. ... Set some time after the events of the 2016 game, the story follo… Read more
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I can't decide to get the standard or the deluxe version. Which one should I get thanks.


Great to see some Stadia deals and Google maybe trying to offer better value. Heat


Thats for PC, this is for Google stadia :)


£22 at GMG [PC] Edit: £18.60 at Eneba with code HOTUKDEALS or


Cheers heat added

Chromebook owners 3 free months of Stadia Pro via Google Store - new and existing Stadia Pro members
Posted 1st AugPosted 1st Aug
For new and existing Stadia Pro members. I also received £10 off a £10 spend once signed up. For those struggling try:… Read more
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I had a couple of freezes on Grid though then seemed to sort itself out. Been quite impressed though agree re game prices. Handy for gaming away from home for anyone who doesn't already have a console though not sure the monthly price for Pro is worth it.


Tried this out over the last couple of nights on the new chromebook. Wiped the dust off the old ps3 controller and tried my hand at Grid. Did ok, seeing as i haven't game'd for 5 years. That is until the screen froze halfway down the main straight. Seconds later i find myself smashed into a wall. A few races later and it had ocured a couple times more and i guess that this is the major issue with this sort of system. Everything has to work and work instantly. Streaming works well for movies but perhaps needs some work if gaming like this is to take off. Also noticed the ridiculous prices that they are asking for games and not even new games either. Been dying to try this out but just seems like an awkward interface with a very poor pricing structure.


Any newbie advise on games just literally opened it, the pro worth it or do you buy tge games?


Or use your laptop/chromebook/phone, use an Xbox/PS4/Switch or other compatible controller, and get a free months trial. If you don't like it, walk away with zero investment.


For new members it is actually possible to get 4 months. Get your code from google using your chromebook and then go through the Stadia sign up. if prompted, select ‘Yes’ to ‘Do you have a Pro Pass?’ Instead of doing this, select no you will then be signed up with a 1 month free trial. Go into your Stadia settings > redeem code > enter the code from google. You will then have 3 months trial added to your existing 1 month trial =) discovered this by accident and not reading the instructions properly

Google Nest Mini 2nd Gen - 4 Colour options £29 @ Google Store
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Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
2nd Generation Google Nest Mini, Available in all colours. Bigger, richer sound. Google Nest Mini has 2x stronger bass than the original Mini. ... Made with the environment in min… Read more
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Sells for £20 on ebay. JL had mini and hs100 bundle offer for £31


Still haven't opened the 2 from Curry's i got for £29 for both.


Totally agree. Gen 1 works very well. Gen 2 is slow and regularly cuts out etc.


I sold an almost new one of these for £20 last week. Glad to be back using the more responsive first gen of this. It was worth testing the 2nd gen, but failed miserably. It might be ok for someone who doesn't have a full speaker setup at home.

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Stadia Pro Games For August : Metro 2033 Redux | Just Shapes & Beats | Kona & Strange Brigade @ Google Stadia Pro
Posted 28th JulPosted 28th Jul
Some more fab games joining the google stadia pro list of free games soon. Description Four more games are coming for free with Stadia Pro this August. August kicks off with fo… Read more
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This is true only to a certain point. Generally speaking, Google's abandoned projects were not products where people subscribed or payed for the service.


Works on my Samsung s8 and s9 and I bought a razer kishi which it supports too (as do GFN and Xcloud). Playstation doesnt support Kishi though. Kishi basically turns your phone into a nintendo switch for cloud games. Stadia is definitely the smoothest but its also the most expensive with the smallest library.


Stadia works on my work laptop and will have my own office due to distancing when I go back so it is a great service in my opinion


Currently using my P30 pro with a Saitake STK-7007F1 controller. I can now play over mobile data, runs very well indeed. I'm not wholly convinced by the standard argument that because Google have abandoned some projects that Stadia is at risk. In fact a lot of the abandoned stuff has been folded in to other products. They have seem to have put a lot of investment in studios and infrastructure.


My Stadia premiere edition came this week and I am very impressed with It. I did tried the 3 months pro trial and Stadia Is my preferred way to play now. Got Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath Kollection In the sale and I am amazed how It runs on my 4K TV. Will be keeping my Pro subscription this Is the platform and service for me. Everybody has different opinions on Stadia and It's not going to be for everyone.

Nest indoor Camera Twin pack £209.98 @ Google
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Posted 26th JulPosted 26th Jul
Nest indoor Camera Twin pack saving £50.

Thanks for sharing @sammy.p75 (highfive)


£1.98 cheaper on Amazon with their buy 2 save £50 offer.


They’re just really good, the quality of the video is superb, the app is easy to use etc etc. I tried a yi cam and still got loads of these even at five times the price of the yi stuff, they’re worth it.


Crazy that these are so expensive for what they are. So dated as well. Basically the model Dropcam released years ago.


integration with google systems is good and feed is almost live unlike Yi which takes 5-6 seconds to show on google nest hub as it moves between different servers. hey google "show me baby cam on chromecast" will show feed on tv. plus brand name, data protection act compliance etc. app is easy to use and it is whole range of things now - nest thermostat, hub, speakers, etc.

Google Nest Hub & Max reduced in price to £59 & £189 delivered @ Google Store
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Posted 24th JulPosted 24th Jul
All resellers (jessop, john lewis, argos, currys,etc.) have reduced the price in the google nest hub, They also now play netflix & Google Duo supports upto 32 callers. Please … Read more



I have the lenovo. Not impressed at all.


£29 for the nest hub if you work for BT and use their shopping deals. Forgot. Limited to 6 per employee


Nest hub max amazing.was waiting for these to drop home hubs since march . Defo goona get some


Lenovo uses a different type of os. So not guaranteed updates

Google Nest Hub Max 10" HD touchscreen - £189 delivered at Google Store
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Posted 22nd JulPosted 22nd Jul
Video calling Connect with those who matter most with the Google Nest Hub Max and its built-in camera. Google Duo and Google Meet make it easy to catch-up with family or host a me… Read more
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Limited time offer on the Google Store. This deal ends 04/08. @Rami_Radwan22/07/2020 15:36 And security in the day (not much good at night due to no infra red) as a camera as long as you have Nest Aware


Only thing these things are good for are family duo calls


Got mine free with Vodafone broad band offer a while back. Duo calls with family over lockdown are crisp and the camera tracks you as you move so great for grandparents to keep up with kids when having to stay in. Also use it as a digital photo frame which is lovely to see pictures that I'd forgotten I'd taken!


If you were viewing a 65"TV at a distance that would equal the relative size of this display at the normal viewing distance for its use, you wouldn't be able to tell


I have the original and it's far too limited. Not very good with music, the screen is too small. There is no camera for either video calls or nest security. I'd rather pay the extra.

Google Pixelbook Go - i5, 16GB, 128GB and i7, 16GB, 256GB, 4K models both £100 off - £849 / £1229 @ Google Store
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Posted 22nd JulPosted 22nd Jul
The top two models of the Pixelbook Go have been reduced by £100 each. This is at the Google Store but seems to be the same at other retailers like John Lewis and Argos. It means … Read more
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Completely agree,and not suitable for me.Previous Galaxy Note 12.2 user,however if there was an Android alternative to an iPad 12 that would be great,sadly theres not,even at the same pricepoint.I would still choose Android over Apple.Just harsh reality that most Android users wouldnt pay Apple prices,then there would be that choice,obviously not enough people want them or manufacturers would be making them.PS,not knocking Apple here either.


All down to what you want to use it for whether it's suitable for you or not :) The flipping chromebooks come into their own when you want to use them for media consumption or android apps with the keyboard making a sturdy stand. Then you're just a flip away from doing some more intensive tasks. If they made bigger Android tablets at sensible prices, ie half price 12" iPad style, the market could look very different.


Personally wouldnt buy one,I either want a tablet(Android) or a laptop(Windows),not a convertible compromise.My uncle has the slate i5/16GB/128 and its very quick and the screens fantastic,think it cost £650 with an optional keyboard,an additional £200 for an unnecessary permanently attached keyboard is not great value to me.


Ignore most of the early Slate reviews, the Celeron was genuinely out of its depth but the m3 was fine once they'd fixed the animation issues in particular with Chrome OS. Biggest problem with the Go, if it actually bothers you, is they didn't make it flip. Full tablet mode isn't a s useful as it seems but folding enough for tent and stands modes is, especially now they've made big changes to touchscreen functionality.


Is this basically a Pixel slate with a permanently attached keyboard?.The i5 16Gb best bet there.If slate reviews are anything to go by the m3 is too slow,the i7 throttles to perform slightly better than the i5,not £380 worth imho.£849 for a Chromebooks pushing it a bit price wise though.

£4 free Google Play credit for Select Google One members
Posted 20th JulPosted 20th Jul
Just had an email from Google with £4 free credit for being a One subscriber. Worth checking your accounts.
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Got this this week myself. Will come in handy to pay for the extra drive storage


Thanks op, just checked emails and got one


I had this last week.


Nope not on mine


Thanks OP...

3 months of YouTube Premium free for Google One members
31/10/2020Expires on 31/10/2020Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
You can currently get 3 months of YouTube Premium just for being a Google One member. How to get your 3 months free: Click the link below Click 'try it free' and sign in - if … Read more

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Just pm’ed you ..


Can someone please clarify how to get the option for IOS which is the equivalent of £1.40 a week. Thanks


As has been said multiple times - to watch videos without adverts and access to Youtube Music. And yes, if you're on Android you can use Vanced but your options aren't so great on iOS so 50p a week is a no-brainer


Why someone will even bother to pay for such thing????

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint £12.60 / £2.60 for Stadia Pro members using £10 promotional discount on Google Stadia
Posted 16th JulPosted 16th Jul
Currently on sale to Google Stadia Pro members for £12.60, may however be picked up for £2.60 using Stadia £10 discount as discussed by @reindeer333 (link below) Not that it remai… Read more
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I finally set up a new account just now and picked the game up for £2.60 after starting the Pro trial - cheers :) The sale price ends on the 29th at 8AM, in case anyone else has left it this long (embarrassed)


I love it - my goto gaming platform at the moment. Quick and instant gaming sessions on the laptop (y) (The Division 2 and Ghost Recon on Stadia both work very well) Check out to hear from people who actually use it


If you get the pro trial get devision 2 for free with the 10 credit as its only £8 in sale


Also worth mentioning that Zombie Army 4 Dead War is free with the Pro Subscription.


Heat added. Touch controls are a pain 😁 I need to get a controller. Can anyone confirm that the IPEGA controllers are working or not. Thanks

Orcs Must Die! 3 Free for Google Stadia Pro members from July 13th
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Orcs Must Die! 3 marks the fourth First on Stadia title to be given to Stadia Pro members, following GYLT, Get Packed, and Crayta.… Read more
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Why doesn’t it surprise me that Zack Scott is sponsored by Google Stadia.


Congratulations to the 7 people getting Orcs Must Die 3 for free!


Gimme Orcs Must Die 1 with matchmaking , that would be sweet.


Don't you need a PC that can run the game for Rainway?


Looks fun.

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 - standard edition £8.25 for Stadia Pro members
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Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
Deal currently on stadia store has discounts for Division 2 standard edition and ultimate edition for Stadia Pro members. Free 1 month membership still available when you sign up … Read more
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If you are just signing up you get £10 free credit which can be used to by the game so it's free


Heat (y) Just got GR Breakpoint for £2.60 (didn't think they'd let you use the £10 voucher on a sale (highfive) ) If you already own it on pc why don't you just use geforce now?


I'm liking the idea of this as a Stadia test. Just to see how it works out. I mean, once your trial of Stadia Pro is done, and you revert to the free tier, the game is still playable without any subscription necessary, so yeah. I'll probably go for this (even though I already own it on PC and PS4).


Thanks for taking the time to post your first deal @deal_collector666 didn't realise this was cross-play so thanks for the info too @neon85 (y)


Worth mentioning that this is cross-play with PC so it won't be ghost town like some other multiplayer games on stadia, i.e. Destiny 2

Levoit LV-PUR131 Air Purifier for £111.99 Sold by adiman and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
Levoit Air Purifiers for Home 48m² with True HEPA Filter, 1-12H Timer, Auto Mode, Air Quality Monitor, Display Off, Quiet Air Filter for Allergies, Dust, Smoke, Pets, Pollen, Cooki… Read more

A day too late I'm afraid.


Unfortunately price showing up as £139.99 for me.


Does it come with filter? And how long it last?


OMG. Thank you.


Its great at detecting smells. I think it clears them pretty good as well. A little hard to determine as I wonder if smell has gone or I have become accustomed sometimes. Either way I notice nothing lingering.

Google Pixel 4 - £499 / 4XL - £659 + free delivery @ Google Store
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Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
Save 170 on pixel 4 series direct from google Pixel 4 Specs: Display Type: product-oled capacitive touchscreen, 16M colours, Size: 5.7 inches, 80.7 cm2 (79.8% screen-to-body r… Read more

I never said it better, it's comparative. Pixel 4 "£633.99 total cost over 2 years" 18gb data, upfront cost £9.99


How's that any better? That deal is £259.99 upfront and £26 pm for 24 months. Works out at £883.99 If I bought this at £499, keep my BT sim that's £12 a month with 25gb double data (50gb) it will only cost me £787 over the 24 months.

reckoning 18gb for £26.00 is probably the best 'deal', but I'm sure a friend of mine grabbed a Pixel 4 for £400 unlocked new on eBay recently. Only commenting as I was also looking out for a '4' deal but still after a Xiaomi.


Can you remember where you saw that deal for this under a phone contract? I haven't seen them that cheap other than ones with a small amount of data thrown in.


You can get pixel 4 contracts for around £28 a month so near enough the same price but with all your data, minutes and texts thrown in

Football Manager 2020 FM20 [Google Stadia] £10 for Stadia Pro members using £10 promotional discount - see deal description
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Currently on sale to Google Stadia Pro members for £20, may however be picked up for £10 using Stadia £10 discount as discussed by @reindeer333 (link below) Not that it remains … Read more
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If you have an Android phone you can use the Google Rewards/Opinion app to generate some small funds, as well as buying standard Google vouchers, but you're not going to be saving much by doing it by this method.


My 2 free months ended a while ago, is there any way to get pro for a month for less than the 8.99 Google charge?




It’s £20 to pro users, for which you will need the pro trial, you can then reduce this down to £10 using the discount. You don’t however need to maintain the pro sub or continue paying for it to continue playing games you’ve paid for outright.


So it only cost me £10 to play FM if I buy it and I don't need subscription?

Stadia Pro Games For July : Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, West of Loathing, SteamWorld Dig, Crayta @ Google Stadia Pro
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Posted 23rd JunPosted 23rd Jun
Some more fab games joining the google stadia pro list of free games soon. Description Four more games are coming for free with Stadia Pro this July. If you like the idea of ma… Read more
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You caught lucky timing. Your free ride will be over soon, at least for a while.


Bizarre. I only ever had the 2 month free lockdown offer. No others available to me.


there was an offer for 3 months at start of lockdown. then when that expired there was still a 2 month offer on to renew with. I fully expect when that ends to be able to sign for another free


how’d you manage 5 months?! As soon as my two months were up I was getting charged!


theres an offer for free pro sub, im on it. ive had 5 months free so far.

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